High School Football America Releases Two-Part Series on America's Oldest High School Football Game

New London High School and Norwich Free Academy in Connecticut have been playing since 1875
June 23, 2010 - PRLog -- Chicago, IL  – High School Football America (“HSFA”) takes you inside this country’s oldest high school football game between New London High School and Norwich Free Academy with a two-part video that chronicles the 2009 game between the Connecticut rivals.

In Part One, Trisha Hoffman goes inside the New London Whalers’ gym for a pep rally that pumps-up the team and the students for the rivalry game that began in 1875.  Part of the pre-game pageantry is a Powder Puff Football game between New London High School junior and senior girls.

Part Two of the series will look at the game itself, and be available on June 30, 2010.  

Last season, HSFA traveled nearly 4,700 miles to eight states to produce video vignettes that appear at www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.  

High School Football America has already released videos on Miles, Iowa; Paw Paw, Michigan; and Sheridan, Indiana.  In the coming weeks, HSFA will post video vignettes on Burlington, Wisconsin; Woodstock, Illinois and Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania.

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About High School Football America

Founded in 2009 by award-winning sports journalist Jeff Fisher, High School Football America is dedicated to telling the story of small town high school football across the United States. With over 15,000 high school teams and 1.3 million high school football players, HSFBA is dedicated to telling stories that most websites overlook. For more information, go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.
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